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Forced return of the Iraqi parliament: the first session in two months

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Post by rocky Wed Sep 28, 2022 6:29 am

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Supporters of the Sadrist movement in front of parliament (Ahmed al-Rubaie/AFP)
Today, Wednesday, the Iraqi parliament is scheduled to hold [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , the first of its kind in two months, following the decision to suspend its work after supporters of the "Sadr movement" stormed the parliament's headquarters and took control of it inside the Green Zone on July 30. The parliamentary session that was set [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , in addition to electing the first deputy speaker of the parliament, without addressing the file of forming the new government, comes in conjunction with the Federal Supreme Court holding a special session to consider [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from Parliament.
On June 12, the Sadrist movement's deputies submitted their resignation from the House of Representatives, to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . On June 23, Parliament held an extraordinary session, during which it decided to vote to accept the membership of replacements for the resigned "Sadr movement" representatives, the majority of whom are from the "coordinating framework" forces, according to the Iraqi electoral system, which requires the nomination of the second candidate for the same electoral district in the event of the death of the first deputy The winner or his resignation.

The Iraqi parliament renews confidence in Al-Halbousi

In this context, the leader in the "Coordination Framework" Ali Al-Fatlawi said, in a telephone conversation with "Al-Araby Al-Jadeed", that "the parliament session today is to vote on the item of the Speaker's resignation, which will be rejected and confidence in him renewed." He added that "Al-Halbousi wants From this step, he will win the confidence of the representatives of the framework, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Alliance of Azm, who did not vote for him previously.”
Al-Fatlawi: Al-Halbousi wanted the step of submitting his resignation to get rid of any pressure on him from the Sadrist movement, to go with the State Administration Coalition
Al-Fatlawi added that "Al-Halbousi wanted the step of submitting his resignation to get rid of any pressure on him by the Sadrist movement, in order to proceed with [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (which is being talked about a movement to be formed by the framework and Kurdish and Sunni forces) to form the new Iraqi government in the coming days."
He explained that "there is a second item in today's session, which is the election of the first deputy speaker of parliament," noting that "this position is the right of the coordinating framework forces, but they ceded it in favor of the independent representatives, and they, in turn, nominated the independent representative, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, and after hours, the latter will be the First Deputy by a majority vote.
The leader in the "coordinating framework" stressed that "the file of forming the new Iraqi government will not be part of the parliament session today, as this file needs more understanding and negotiation between the political forces, especially with the Sadrist movement."
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Controversy over Mohsen El-Mandlawy

On the other hand, political sources in the Iraqi civil movement considered that Al-Mandalawi is not affiliated with the category of independent and civilian representatives, and that he entered a single list in the elections, does not mean that he is independent, and his orientations are close to the forces of the "coordinating framework."
According to Ahmed Haqqi, a member of the civil movement, told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, "The attempt to involve civilians or independents in the quotas or the upcoming consensus is clearly malicious, since their position is to reject sectarian division and repeated consensus between Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish parties."

The Sadrist Movement adheres to its position

For his part, a prominent member of the Sadrist Movement commented on today's upcoming session, in an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, saying that "Al-Halbousi's resignation is not real and is considered a maneuver in agreement with the political forces seeking to form a coalition of state administration, and this matter has become exposed to all." .
The official, who asked not to be named, added that "the decision of the Sadrist movement's representatives to resign from Parliament is final and irreversible, and even if the Federal Court issues a decision to invalidate the resignation, the representatives of the movement will present it again to the presidency of the Council, and this matter is definitely settled."
A member of the Sadrist movement: The decision to resign is final and irreversible
He continued, "The Sadrist movement is still insisting on the demand for the dissolution of the House of Representatives, setting a date for early elections, and forming an independent government that is not affiliated with the framework, with the amendment of the paragraph on determining the major bloc." He also indicated that "the movement still refuses to conduct any dialogue and negotiation with all forces." politics without exception.
The source indicated that the Sadrists "will have a position on any move to form any new government by the coordination framework on the basis of consensus," considering that "a return to protests is possible."
For its part, the Kurdish forces confirmed that their attendance of today's session will not be to discuss the formation of the new government.
The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Mahdi Abdul Karim, said in an interview with "Al-Araby Al-Jadeed", "The parliament session scheduled for today has nothing to do with the issue of forming the new government, especially since the Kurdish-Kurdish dispute still exists over the presidential candidate, in addition to the dispute. Shiite - Shiite over the entire process of forming the government.
Abdul Karim explained that "parliamentary work, in its legislative and oversight aspect, must return to its normal state, away from the dispute and struggle to form the new government, and this is what the political forces finally agreed upon, and that is why today's session will be held with the aim of renewing confidence in al-Halbousi and electing his first deputy."
Abdul Karim pointed out that "the return of parliament sessions does not mean that the crisis has been resolved and the state of obstruction is over, and there is a fear that the street will move again by supporters of the Sadrist movement or [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (in reference to the activists of the October 2019 demonstrations), and that is why everyone is waiting for what will happen." It will happen early next month."
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The possibility of the Sadrist bloc’s deputies returning to parliament

For his part, the constitutional and legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi said, during a telephone conversation with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, that “the return of the resigned members of the Sadrist bloc is constitutionally possible, by submitting a request to the Federal Supreme Court in accordance with Article 93 of the Constitution, because the resignation was not voted on by Parliament, and the decision First and foremost, it is up to the Federal Supreme Court, and its statement is final and binding on all authorities.”
Al-Tamimi added that "if the Federal Court rules the return of the Sadrist bloc's deputies, they will not need to take the oath again and adopt the previous oath, especially since the appeal submitted focuses on the eligibility to accept the resignation of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and its unconstitutionality," noting that "anyone has the right to The citizen of the challenge, whether he is a lawyer or an ordinary person, because the people are the ones who are elected and they are the source of the powers according to Articles 5, 6 and 20 of the Constitution.
Abdul Karim: The return of parliament sessions does not mean that the crisis has been resolved and the state of obstruction has ended
Al-Tamimi indicated that "the return of the Sadrist bloc's deputies is possible in the coming hours by a decision of the Federal Court, especially since this decision can be part of solving the political crisis, and certainly this matter will be taken into account by the court."
And in the past hours, political events in Iraq were crowded, the most prominent of which was the issuance by the Presidency of the Parliament of a document showing a decision to resume the sessions of the House of Representatives, today, Wednesday, after a detention that lasted for about two months, and at the top of the session’s agenda is the vote on the resignation of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi from his position, in a move that appears deliberate. . Some expected that this resignation would not be accepted, and placed the issue within the framework of renewing confidence in the Speaker and confirming his legitimacy, which some forces question, especially within the "coordinating framework."
The move to resume parliament's work comes in contrast to what the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, calls for dissolving this institution and going to early elections.
Al-Sadr's opponents also appear to be in the position of precedent, in light of what has emerged in the past hours about the formation of a coalition under the name "State Administration", comprising the "coordinating framework", and Sadr's allies before his withdrawal from the scene, although ambiguity remains This alliance, and there is no official information about its actual formation.
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